Terry and Nola welcome you to
:: Skyline Holiday Units::
Garrick Lane, Coolangatta,
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Ph. (07) 55368914
|2 bedroom, self contained, ocean view units.||3 minutes to beaches, cafes, restaurants and shops.||Click for a larger view.|
|Rainforests are just a few kilometers inland.||Enjoy the Gold Coast's unparralled shopping experience.||There is no shortage of things to do on the Gold Coast.|
|Skyline Holiday Units at Coolangatta carry a 3 1/2 STAR rating!|
|Enjoy your next Holiday or Vacation at Coolangatta Holiday Units on the Gold Coast.|
Skyline Holiday Units on the Gold Coast have 2 bedrooms with Linen provided, one bathroom, own laundry, own drier and are presented in a comfortable and very clean condition, clothes lines also available. Porta-cots are available on request. All have Easterly facing balconies majority with ocean view, inverter air-conditioning. All units have Austar and DVD players. Wireless internet is available. Free DVD. All units are self-contained with fully equipped kitchens, undercover parking provided. Skyline Holiday Units at Coolangatta are centrally located. Coolangatta shopping, beaches and clubs are only minutes walk away. Hire of everything you desire is readily available within local area, ie: bikes, surfboards, boats or whatever else you require, readily available.
|Skyline Holiday Units are located left at Garrick Lane off Musgrave Street, at the end of the Coolangatta Police Station.
All are welcome.
|Rates are provided on request.
Before you book, please read our cancellation policy.
|The Skyline Holiday Units on the Gold Coast are all about experience.|
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|The Gold Coast Experience.|
|Now that you have settled into your unit at Skyline Holiday Units, Coolangatta, what is there to do?|
Coolangatta, Gold Coast has great patrolled swimming beaches; Coolangatta is known for its famous surfing breaks like Kirra, Rainbow Bay D-Bar & Snapper Rocks, which is home to the Quiksilver Pro and Roxy Pro Surf Comps. Coolangatta offers 5 Surf Clubs, yummy food, entertainment, pokies all with breath taking views. Also, Shopping, cinemas, Coolangatta Bowl’s club restaurants & Hotels are a short walk from Skyline Holiday Units. Experience Coolangatta from the heavens by parachuting or take a joy fight. Within a 5 minute walk you're on the boarder of QLD|NSW where you can shop till you drop. Twin Towns Service Club has shows, bands, dancing, eating, Tab, pokies, Kid’s entertainment. Seagulls Club at West Tweed also offers all your entertainment under one roof, courtesy buses available. Coolangatta has a lively nightlife, enjoy famous live bands at Coolangatta Hotels and Clubs in the towns in a safe and friendly atmosphere.
Skyline apartments are a hop skip & jump to the famous Coolie Rocks On festival (previously known as Wintersun), with vintage cars, rock & roll dance, live music all in the streets & clubs. Enjoy the Tweed River inlet right next to Twin Towns Club with Paddle Boats, Skis and BBQ’s. Just a few minutes away are the Tweed Bowls Club which is home to the World Famous Outdoor & Indoor Bowls competitions. Visitors welcome to join a game of bowls at Coolangatta Bowls Club, (barefoot bowls on Sundays). Currumbin Wildlife Park is just 10 mins from Coolangatta. Home to Kangaroos, Snakes, Birds, Koalas, Salt -water Crocodiles and many more.
|Tweed Hinterland is not far from Coolangatta, Gold Coast|
Mount Warning is the first place to see the sun in Australia and a great walk for the keen & fit to the top. Tweed Hinterland & Rainforests are just a few kilometres inland from Coolangatta, Gold Coast. As well as Stoker-siding village, Sugar mills, Wineries with tours and tasting, Bushwalks, Waterfalls, Arts & Craft and Pottery. The village of Nimbin, home to artists, craft makers and an alternative lifestyle is famous for its “Bong-Throwing” festival and Markets. The beautiful Byron Bay is just a 30min drive from Coolangatta, Gold Coast, with its market day held on Sundays; The Byron Bay Hotel has great views and food. Rub shoulders with owners Strop (from the Paul Hogan show) and Delvine Delaney. The lighthouse built in 1901 has a breathtaking view and is the most easterly point of Australia. Back in Coolangatta you can have a rest in your comfy unit and start again.
|30 minutes away from Coolangatta are Queenslands famous themeparks:|
|Dreamworld - Home of Tiger Island and world famous rides including The Giant Drop, The Claw, Cyclone and Nickelodeon for the kids.|
|Seaworld - Home of Dolphins, polar bears, seals and recently opened Shark Bay.|
|Movieworld – Learn how movies are made, ride the Wild West ride, Lethal Weapon ride, Scooby doo coaster ride.and many more.|
|Wet and Wild – This park a must with splash pools, wave pools and Water slides. Go Saturday night to the big screen to watch a movie in the water!|
Other attractions for visitors to the coast are Conrad Jupiter’s Casino with its stage show The Merchants of Bollywood, four restaurants and two levels of gaming facilities.
|Not far from the casino is Dracula’s Cabaret Restaurant, ages 13 onwards. Be entertained outside by flame throwing actors before riding the Ghost train inside. Lots of Gouls and Spooks are along the way to entertain and frighten before you sit down to the themed 3 course meal and live show.|
|Visit Parkland showgrounds, home of the Gold Coast Show and Carnival where you can watch Drag racing and cheer on your favourite car.|
|Gold Coast Turf club is a must if Horse racing and Dog racing is what your'e after. The Magic Millions, sponsored by Jupiter’s Casino, are held here.|
|Visit the Carlton United Brewery 45 minutes away at Yatala tours or experience Brisbane "river city” or Springbrook “forest of dreams”. 90 minutes away from Skyline Holiday Units is the World Famous Australia Zoo, where Crocs rule. Owned and operated by the Steve Irwin Family, numerous shows and most of Australia’s Wildlife can be seen at this park.|
Last, but not least, we must make mention of the various shopping facilities available here on the Coast, Pacific Fair, Australia Fair, Harbour Town (exclusive designer second shops) The Oasis & Robina Town Centre. Sales are on most times during the year.
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|The Gold Coast is famous for its world-class rolling ocean beaches, fine sand and beautiful climate. Along the 70km coastline, there's a huge choice of beaches from Snapper Rocks to the world famous surfing beach Kirra Point- return to your favourite oasis or sample a different beach every day.|
|Rich colours and the soothing crash of the surf provide the backdrop for the Gold Coast's ocean perimeter.|
|The Gold Coast has the highest concentration of Surf Life Saving and surfboard riding clubs in Australia, the Gold Coast embraces beach culture as a way of life. Find your own rhythm through the easy pace of an early-morning walk, the gentle lull of an ocean swim or the thrill of harnessing the ocean's power on a surfboard.|
|The Gold Coast City Council lifeguards patrol 20 beaches for 12 months of the year with 32 patrols from October to April and 41 during school holiday periods. The lifeguard service is complemented by the wonderful efforts of the volunteer surf lifesavers who patrol weekends and public holidays between September and April at 21 beaches. Come and experience the new Coolangatta Surf Life Saving Club.|
|Experience the range of beach-based activities available year-round - view a surf carnival, head to the water's edge and cast a line, explore a rock pool or fly a kite. Coastal vantage points give you the opportunity to spot dolphins or whales during the annual migratory season, and why not take a whale watching tour.|
|You can visit the friendly Surf Life Saving Clubs for lunch or a snack. The clubs are a great place to see colourful surf carnivals and top athletes.|
|Many beach areas are adjacent to parklands with many activities. The Oceanway network is a 36km pathway along the Gold Coast's mainland ocean beaches connecting Point Danger in the south with Main Beach and the Gold Coast Seaway to the north. Go walking, cycling or roller-blading along the Oceanway which has viewing platforms, shady resting points, barbecue facilities and shaded playgrounds.|
|Following is a quick guide to Gold Coast beach areas south to north.|
| In northern New South Wales, Cabarita Beach, Kingscliff and Fingal's superb
white, sandy beaches are perfect for long walks. Cabarita's Greenback Taylor
Fishing Competition attracts hundreds of competitors while the Jack Evans Boat
Harbour at Tweed Heads is popular with families for picnics.
| A popular protected beach with great surfing, Coolangatta is a perfect spot
for families. Coolangatta's bistros and cafes situated opposite the beach
give plenty of choice to satisfy everyone's taste. The annual gourmet food
festival A La Carte on the Beach in September draws thousands. Duranbah,
sometimes known as Flagstaff Beach, is a hot surfing spot. Nearby Rainbow
Bay has been a finalist in the Queensland Cleanest Beach awards. Greenmount
is another popular surfing area with a protective headland offering a windbreak.
The rugged headland of Point Danger offers panoramic views and is a vantage
point to see migrating whales from June to November and dolphins year-round.
Take the scenic 3.5km South Points Promenade from Point Danger lighthouse
to Kirra passing native pandanus palms.
| A world-famous point break, Kirra Point offers
waves for the beginner through to champion surfers. It is home of Queensland's
first surf club and training
ground for many of Australia's surfing greats. For spectators there is a viewing
platform which has wheelchair access. Head for dive sites at Kirra and Cook
Island. Tugun is another sanctuary with barbecue and picnic areas.
|The Gold Coast tourism region supports a huge array of national parks. Many of the national parks form part of the Central Eastern Rainforests Reserves (Australia) World Heritage Area, recognised internationally as an outstanding example of ecology and biology.|
around the Queensland-New South Wales borders have more frog, snake,
bird and marsupial species than anywhere else
|To preserve national parks for generations to come, please adhere strictly to these rules: do not feed native bird and wildlife, do not litter including leaving cigarette butts in any national park; do not gather firewood; do not light open fires unless this is indicated as suitable in barbecue areas, do not pick wildflowers or take any plants or wood from a park. Please stay on designated pathways and seek local advice from National Parks information centres before attempting walks and exploration of the parks.|
|These are places of great natural beauty and are home to a myriad of Australian wildlife and rare plants.|
|Here's a brief synopsis of National Parks in the area:|
|Border Ranges National Park|
| This World Heritage listed park is on the rim of an ancient volcano. The park
harbours the Alberts lyrebird. Access is via Murwillumbah (38km west) off Summerland
way or Kyogle Road.
|Burleigh Heads National Park|
| A delightful few hours can be spent in this National Park right next to Burleigh
beach; the track leads through Pandanus palms and the path curves above Tallebudgera
Creek. See BURLEIGH separate listing.
|Cudgen Nature Reserve|
| This 671ha nature reserve is located 20km east of Murwillumbah on Clothiers
Creek Road. There is a picnic area; try canoeing with Mount Warning providing
a stunning backdrop.
|Lamington National Park|
|A stunning 20,600ha park which has the remnants of the first widespread subtropical rainforests. The World Heritage listed park offers 160km of walking tracks with landmarks including Mount Marino, Checo Point, Coomera Gorge, Elebana Falls and Picnic Rock. Wonder at Lamington's Antarctic Beech trees, the remnant of a species which grew in Gondwanna, Australia's ancient supercontinent 55 million years ago.|
|Mount Barney National Park|
|A rugged undeveloped park, Mount Barney rises 1360 metres with other nearby peaks Mount Lindesay (1191m) and Mount Maroon (965m). The area is significant for restricted plant species with Antarctic Beech trees, banksias and Native Apple trees. Please check with National Parks before exploring this region which has very rough terrain.|
|Mount Warning National Park|
|This 2379ha World Heritage listed park is dominated by 1100m Mount Warning. Walk to the summit through rainforest for 360-degree views of the Tweed Valley. See Giant Stinging trees, Flame trees and Figs. Drive 12km southwest of Murwillumbah off the Kyogle Road.|
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